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The photo posted on this page is the wrong Crescent.The theatre in the photo was at 415 Church Street.
The Allens store across the street from the theatre is STILL THERE!
How would you like to change that marquee?Nice Job!
Thanks for posting this Nashville Theatre Jack.
Now thats vintage.
What a great postcard.
Notice the Gay Waybar Grill next door.
Very Nice Marquee Job.
This photo was taken in 1959.
Just noticed that there are elevators in the lobby.The Theatre did not have them.The Bookstore must have put them in.The elevators are were the restroom used to be.
Nice vintage shot,looks like the 40’s.
Great photo David,The Loews State can be seen in the background also.
Loews State can be seen in the background of this photo.Loews Palace was around the corner at 81 Union Ave.
Elvis worked as an usher at the Loews State in Memphis,but was fired for being late too much.
What a sad photo.
Mirrors on the ceiling just like the Melrose Theatre its sister.This theatre has been really remodeled looks nothing like I remember it.
Nice photo and story,thanks for posting.
The Loews State Theatre was right next door.
This theatre shows movies and has live shows.Food and drinks are also served.
This theatre was built as the Loews 175th.Street Theatre.
Thanks for posting these nice photos Roburtone,I am going to drive down soon to check it out.
Thanks again Don for the photo,and welcome to Cinema Treasures.The best website about theatres out there.
Mike do not know if she took photos, if she did I never saw them.But she did buy a brick from the building when it was torn down.Someboby was selling them.My Uncle got it after she died.She alway went to see the movie at the Loews Vendome here in Nashville when it was rereleased a few times.Her favorite movie and book.